This issue of Creative Tidbits looks at some outstanding recent works from around the world, as well as some tips and help on making yourself more creative and more effective, including : * Ray-Ban Rare Print 2010 * Trendy, flashy, elegant, high fashion photos * Nick Mills - Type Experiments * Levi Wintering: Reflections * Rebranding Cisco Webex * 10 ways to tackle the scope creep * and . . . Getting Creative Things Done: How To Fit Hard Thinking Into a Busy Schedule December 14, 2010
JANUARY 2017 ... a new year, and new opportunities for graphic designers, web designers, illustrators, typographers, digital artists and everyone in the creative fields! share your masterpieces with DTG readers and win a prize!
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January is brought to you by the letter "J"
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This is almost as good as the Gorillapod (but not quite) -- Social networking vanity has now found yet another level -- a gizzmo that lets you take a picture of yourself. A great idea for the 'me' generation! December 13, 2010
This media update looks at getting your strategy together for 2011 -- from examples of thriving online communities; to executing your social media strategy; to social networking and email marketing and your prospect's inbox. December 10, 2010
I've been too busy for another update for a while -- but here are some interesting links I had accumulated over the past few weeks : December 8, 2010
In this edition of Photoshop Madness we visit * Viet-My's astonishing visions, * Mads Berg's Art Deco Revival visual treat, * 51 Breathtaking Post-Apocalypse Wallpapers, * Cynthia Pedrosa's Fractal Portfolio, and the truly awesome works of * Till Nowak. We also bump into a Photoshop shovelware site that ripps off other's creative works then disclaims them in their policy. It's a jungle out there, but as always, we bring you the best in the world of Photoshop Madness December 7, 2010
Tracking down illusive trends on the web can be a full-time task. Once in a while though, I run across interesting content articles that I think you would like to see. Views for the end of November December 6, 2010
includes : * My Holiday message: A Special Thanks to YOU * Geek Gifts Guide * Photoshop: Adding Frames and Borders * Photoshop: Floating Clothes with Photoshop * Illustrator: Drawing Art tools * Graphic Design: The Right Logo * Tutorial: Lightroom 3 Editing Essentials * Tutorial: Photoshop CS5 Types and Shapes * Business: The Business of being an Artist * Think Bursts: Unpack your Winnings * Is Your Innovation Lying Dead in the Road? * Mailbag: Tracking Stolen Art * Mailbag: Graphic design car wrap * Mailbag: Signs Of The Times for sale * Cool stuff: Zen Artist for iPad * Apps: 3D Terrain Modeling for iOS * Hardware: Go Clip-it USB * Geek Gifts: Snip, Burn, Solder, Shred * DTP: Imposition Wizard * Make cool 3D Product Shots * Technology: Touchscreens for Macs * Web Design UPdate * And that's a wrap for 2010 December 1, 2010
We're over-run with technology this year, and you're probably realizing that your tech-savvy, geeky gift recipients don't want socks! So it's a good thing Karen Thomas has shared her 'geek gift guide' along with a few of our own for this year's totally cool, tech savvy gifts ... even for yourself! December 1, 2010
This is my holiday message to you all ... and particularly highlighting those who have contributed and supported your Design Center through the 2010 year! Here's recognition and a link to those of you who make it happen ... November 30, 2010
One of the frequent questions in Photoshop 911 emergency room is how to add borders and frames to images. So, here's a detailed step-by-step tutorial for photoshop beginners on how to add borders and frames to images. Includes photo pointers and detailed instructions thanks to Olga Bogatyrenko of Chasing Moments November 29, 2010